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. >> in sacramento - two people were shot and killed in an incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22-year-old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in old town sacramento. shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and a woman were shot. police shut down the midnight fireworks display to conduct the investigation. >> catherine: new at 11. fairfield police say they wrapped up a crackdown on prostitution over the new year's eve weekend. they used several teams -- including the gang and narcotics unit. they targeted prostitutes using ads on the internet.. the websites were used to contact prostitutes and clients. 36 people were arrested. >> catherine: also new at 11. san francisco police are searching for two men who stole wigs from a store and punched a 75-year-old woman in the head after she confronted them. it happened on polk street. the woman refused medical treatment.. the suspects are described as being between 25 and 30 years old. >> jacqueline: we are in for a cold night. let us take a look at 30's through fa
the heights the burglar went to and what he got away with. >>> also, a terrifying scene in sacramento as two >>> a small school for special needs students in the north bay has suffered a big loss after it was burglarized over the holiday break. ktvu's debora villalon is in san jose with how new horizons is looking to come back. >> this window was open and everything was unhooked. >> reporter: this is how the burglar left, with computers and crash. >> things were all open like they had been looking in through the cubert. new horizon serves 20 teenagers with disabilities. >> it probably saved my life honestly. these are people i care about, they're my family and i love them. >> stepped in here and came in. >> reporter: teachers wonder how the burglars knew to come in through the top floor then disabled motion detectors like they knew the place. >> it's disquieting that it could be somebody in the family because we do look at this place like a family. >> hard to keep your head above water and something like this happens and you wonder why you are doing it. >> reporter: this 30 year school will
at school. he was a victim of bullying in sacramento, california. these kinds of summits are interesting it me because i'm boots on the ground. i am in the trenches every single day and i live in sacramento so i'm at the capitol and we use the word bullying which softens the behavior. this is abuse. it is peer abuse. and our children are crying for help. and the adults who are charged with their well-being turn a blind and deaf ear to it and here's my comment. there are no consequences for failure to comply. nothing with teeth. and i have a dead child who broke under horrendous circumstances where in one of the best schools in sacramento, meraloma, breaks every record going. it is the best. and my son was perceived to be gay and the idea that you could scream out every horrendous word in front of god and everyone and no one did anything, and michael followed policy to a t tomorrow is his birthday. i should be celebrating his 21st birthday. instead, my husband and i, we mourn 4 years. we are no further along. none of our laws, they are not working. this is great. but as a par
and we decided that we would call it seth's law in honor of her, she had been in and around sacramento for a long time. so the legislation in and of itself, i don't think it's going to work miracles, but it is definitely on people's radar now and i think you hear it in the media more and more. the reason we have a suicide barrier and the reason we are having legislation like this is because of the parents and the families because they are the ones that hurt the most and i would imagine part of the therapeutic thing, you've got to tell this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught. the teachers were intimidated, they didn't want to be seen to have any empathy because that might refle
cardenales poneen fin a 4 décadas al ganar . >> kings de sacramento ante detroit pase y logra la canasta , aquí buscan la victoria en casa , tiro adentro buen movimiento de dos puntos pero detroit mejor al final anota por marcador de 103 por 97 . >> clippers de los Ángeles de los Ángeles con 17 en fila pone orden en la casa también sus habilidades, el tiro y la canasta paro pone pase y aquí la racha de los clippers de los Ángeles, denver gana 92 por 78 . >> comienza el año y doy primicia, alguien dentro de chivas me dice que para marzo habrá un clásico de chivas américa en sacramento . >> buenas noches para todos. >>s eguramente se pondrá bueno . >> le cuento que el auto más vendido es de estados unidos el ford focus con venta de 738 mil unidades hasta septiembre, también la compañía vendio más de dos millones de vehículo , supero la meta por segundo año , ford es la única que vende más de 2 millones desde la crisis en 2007 . >> vamos a ver como pinta el clima vamos con eduardo rodríguez y el tiempo . >> buenas noches amigos los saludo , advertencia de congelación e
vo ---en sacramento, un sospechoso fue detenido en conexion con un tiroteo en el que murieron 2 personas. ---la balacera se registr anoche en un bar de "old sacramento" mientras decenas de personas se congregaban en las calles para despedir el aÑo. ---las autoridades dicen que el pistolero, de 22 aÑos, estaba discutiendo con varias personas y abri fuego contra ellas, matando a 2 e hiriendo a 2 mas. ---el sujeto salio corriendo del bar hacia una calle llena de personas pero fue capturado rapidamente. ---mas tarde, la policia cancel el espectaculo de juegos pirotecnicos de la ciudad. blanca ---esta tarde, se llev a cabo una vigilia en oakland para recordar a oscar grant. take vo ---grant, murio a manos de un agente del "bart" hace exactamente 4 aÑos en la estacion de "fruitvale". ---"johannes mehserle" fue quien abrio fuego contra grant y alega que por error, tomo su arma de fuego, en vez de su pistola electrica. ---mehserle, fue encontrado culpable de homicidio involuntario y a pesar de apelar la decision alegando que hubo poca evidencia para su condena, la corte rechaz el arg
a freeze advisory or frost warning out. takes us until 9:00. one below up in tahoe. 29 sacramento. 27 ukiah. 28 in redding. there is cold readings. i'm standing right in front of the next reading where it looks good but run in. we'll get higher clouds another of it tomorrow. part of the energy goes down to southern california. first couple weeks in january look quiet to me. high pressure will give us sunshine. a lighter breeze. although that could be a little bit more of a southerly breeze in advance of that system coming in. that might help a little bit. but still it's cold out there. lighter breeze and temperatures they will recover a little bit here. some low mid 50s. i think the warmest temps will be peninsula and the south bay. 51 antioch to 54 berkeley. but 57 san jose downtown. 56 santa cruz. 55 tara toga. 56 redwood city. mountain view at 56. a little warmer that south wind. high clouds on thursday. no biggy. weekend looks partly sunny to partly cloudy. >>> all the major european markets are up this morning. investors are reacting to the u.s. budget deal most asian market that are o
works show in old sacramento was cancelled last night after two people were shot and killed at a sport bars in that area. as a result those fire works were set off this morning shortly after 8:00. city leaders say they decided to launch those fire works because it's too dangerous to store them after they've been load and had ready. >>> as for that barroom shooting, sacramento police say it started as an argument and escalated. a bar employee steped in to try to break up the fight and that's when police say a 22-year-old man pulled out a gun and shot and killed the employee and a 35-year-old man. a woman was also struck by a bullet. she is wounded. police say an armed security guard heard the shots and confronted the gunman. the two exchanged gunfire. both suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. police have arrested the suspected gunman. >>> san francisco's belofed explore tore yum is pulling up stakes and moving. the science museum is relocating after 43 years tat pa las of fine arts in the marina. it'll reopen in a much-larger space at peer 15 april 17th. it's offering free admi
.2%. >> in sacramento new details of the two people were shot and killed at an old sacramento area bar on new year's eve. police identified carlito montoya as a suspect connected to the deadly shooting at an old sacramento. off the 22 year-old is in police custody at a hospital where he is being treated for gunshot wounds. when employees tried to break up the fight, he was sought, as were the woman and another man. the man, 35, and the employee who was in his 20s died at the scene after they suffered multiple gunshot wounds. the armed suspect ran out of the bar toward a street crowd with holiday revelers but was caught quickly by police. >> fairfield police say that they are wrapping up a crackdown on prostitution over the new year's eve weekend. they use several teams including the dank and narcotics unit. the website that was used to contact prostitutes and clients. 36 people were arrested. >> san francisco police are searching for two men who stole we expect from a store and post a 75 year-old woman and the head after she confronted them. the woman refused medical treatment. the suspects were describ
of novato into san francisco. >> in sacramento new details on the two people shot and killed at an old sacramento area bar on new year's eve. >> police identified carl leo montoya as a suspect connected to the deadly shooting at an old sacramento. >> is wanted to year-old is in police custody at a hospital where is being treated for gunshot wounds. >> police said all started as an argument inside the bar just after 9:30 p.m. monday that became a physical confrontation. >> when employees tried to break up the fight, he was shot, as for the one and another man. >> the man, 35 and the employee, who was in her 20s died at the scene after suffering multiple gunshot loans. >> the armed suspect ran out of the bar for a street crowded with holiday celebrators but was caught quickly by officers chasing him, police said please cancel the midnight fireworks show to conduct the investigation. >> new court documents show that murdered venture capitalist, raveeeesj li,ra had been accused of making bad business deals and that is only the beginning. >> you are looking at video from sky 7 h. d., abc ne
in old sacramento turned into a scene from the wild west. a shoot-out with wooden sidewalks splattered with blood. reporter david has more on the deadly bar shooting and the victims. >> reporter: a worker raked latex gloves and bloody bandages off the sidewalk in old sacramento where new year's eve revelers heard shots. this couple had just stopped to buy something from a vendor outside the bar. as they ran for cover a crowd came stampeding out of the bar, including a man bleeding. >> i saw this man collapsed, then another man was just a little farther. >> reporter: police say a 30- year-old woman was shot but is expected to survive. a 35-year-old man was shot and killed. so was a man for whom friends brought flowers to the scene this afternoon and who police say was working at the bar and tried to break up the fight. >> it wasn't even his day at work. he was filling in for somebody else. >> reporter: also injured was a security guard at the bar who had a gun and pulled it out. police say the guard and the shooter exchanged shots and were both wounded. >> so that's when the suspects st
.r. stone joins us from the embarcadero with more. in sacramento - two people were shot and killed in an incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22-year-old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in old town sacramento. shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and a woman were shot. this restaurant was roped off for some time as investigators look for clues. the stroke year-old boy was shot t the stroke year-old boy was shot-the 12 year-old boy was shot t many of these businesses say that there was only the only found out when there was a shooting when they arrived. police shut down the midnight fireworks display to conduct the investigation. in san francisco, j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in sacramento there were two people shot in the incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. a 22 year- old man is being questioned. police say there was a fight at a bar in the old town the sacramento. the shots were fired when a security guard tried to intervene. a man and woman were shot. police
happened. >>> new year's eve violence also erupted in sacramento. about 40,000 people were gathered for a fireworks show when gunshots rang out in front of a restaurant on 2nd street. a bar patron and an employee were killed and three other people were wounded. >> at first, when i heard the bullets, everybody was flying into the stores to hide and i immediately went out, because i wanted just to see what the action was. and then i seen the officer jump off his horse. the horse kept going and the officer just did not have no fear. he just took that guy down. >> a 22-year-old man is now in police custody. >>> the shooting forced the cancellation of the midnight fireworks show. sacramento residents instead awoke to the booming sound of pyrotechnics at about 8:00 in the morning. the city decided to launch the remnants of the new year's show because they said the fireworks were just too dangerous to disarm. >>> bitter cold coming, the health hazard that the freezing temperatures will bring. >> and getting your fiscal house in order for the new year. some consumerwatch tips just ahead. ,,
, kron 4. kron 4's j.r. stone is in sacramento - two people cancellation of the city's sacramento. a man and a woman were shot. >> catherine: the c-h-p says there were a few more d-u-i arrests during this year's holiday crackdown. just under 13-hundred drivers were arrested for driving under the influence state-wide. which is up slightly from last year. 208 of those arrests were in the bay area - the same number as last year. >> jacqueline: already 40's. clear skies in place. the stormtracker route to the north with some high clouds are we're not going to see any rainfall for a while. very chilly conditions. the freeze warning into effect with defrost advisor for the east bayshore. and the peninsula. temperatures are going to be dropping into the 20's and 30's. we will take a look at those coldest temperatures coming up in just a bit. >> catherine: ahead at eight. it's been four years since the fatal encounter between oscar grant and bart police at a station in oakland. how grant is being remembered tonight. and the movie that's heading for sundance. >>> a close call on a frigid lake. th
. >>> in sacramento two people were killed in a shoot-out at a sports bar. police say an employee at the sports corner on second street in old sac tried to break up a fate, and that's when a 22-year- old man pulled out a gun and started shooting. the bar employee and another man were both killed. police say the gunman ran off into a crowd of families who had just finished watching the 9:00 p.m. fireworks show. >> everybody just scattered. everybody just ran towards the big christmas tree, towards the water. scree body was running that way. we just went into one of the stores. >> police say an armed security guard confronted the shooter and the two exchanged gunfire. both were injured. the gunman was taken into custody. sacramento city officials had to cancel the midnight fireworks show as a result of that shooting, but just after 8:00 this morning, organizers had to set off the fireworks show, surprising a lot of people who live in the area. the organizers say once the fireworks are set up and ready to be exploded they can't be stored or dismantled. >>> in san jose a naked man waving a samurai sword
the folks in sacramento would argue we first need a foundation to build upon and for that, they need washington to make a deal hopefully tonight. >> we'll see what happens. thank you, ann. >>> again, the u.s. house of representatives is set to vote tonight to avoid the "fiscal cliff." we'll follow the developments in the washington over the next hour and have a live report from the capital coming up at 6:30. >>> a developing story in marin county where once again somebody has been pulled to their deaths by an unexpected wave. a man, his wife and their dog were walking along the great beach at point reyes this afternoon when they got into serious trouble. witnesses say a huge wave knocked the woman into the surf. bystanders were able to rescue her without injury but the trouble wasn't over. the couple's dog was still in the water and that's when the husband tried to help. kcbs reporter todd smoot was at the great beach and described what happened. >> the rescuer went into his knees, grabbed the woman. she was on her back. he said she was completely soaked and couldn't get up. and he a
is a state filled with special interests. everybody has lobbyist in sacramento. many laws are made because special interest groups promote them. >> reporter: permits testing of autonomous vehicles, cars that drive themselves. as long as a licensed human driver remains behind the wheel. google wants to be able to give such spearmintal cars to its employees. siri, text my wife to say i'll be late for dinner. allows drivers to dictate, send or listen to text messages with a hands free device. maybe late for dinner because you'll be shooting your gun. assembly bill 1517 prohibits carrying unloaded rifles on city streets unless you're on your way to go hunting. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >> there's nobody like mike. >> no, there isn't. and today nobody like stanford. >> what could a rose bowl win do? it could make rock stars out of stanford football players and bring a head coach on the ,,,, >>> maybe some of these stanford players maybe as kids pretended to win the rose bowl while running around the playground. that fantasy has been replaced by a rose bowl trophy at the expense of wisconsin. 93,359
. san jose, cambrian park and also saratoga/los gatos, 39. 46 in ukiah and sacramento rather chilly. sunshine today. that's the cloud cover. it wants to move but it can't move east. it's moving north. our cloud and rain forecast will show the system as it comes in and falls apart. it doesn't have anything going for it because the jet stream splits. when that happens, it leaves us high and dry. high pressure here, the storm track moves but not for us. a lighter breeze today. a tiny bit warmer. it's sunny out there. just kind of cool. i will tell you, it will drop fast tonight. clouds off to the west. but they are not going to make much of a difference if they drop in. 50s on the temperatures and some of these are a little bit lower. some near the bay. could be warmer. again, i think town towards santa cruz and monterey that would probably be the warmest. san jose, 57. temperatures in the mid-50s even on the peninsula. except woodside prob pably cooler -- woodside probably. no rain for a while. >> chilly but dry. >> cold in the morning. >> okay. >> no doubt. >> thank you. >> any time.
advisory goes until 9:00. it's 9 below in truckee. 27 ukiah, sacramento, 29. redding 26. there's some really cold air in place. cloud and rain forecast. watch how this system -- it can't go anywhere. it goes north and south. all we get is a dying system and a lot of high clouds. that won't be until tomorrow. until the pattern changes. it's a dry -- until the pattern changes, it's a dry a pattern. it's tough to re-- a dry pattern. it's tough to recover. 50s on the temperatures. a little warmer by the bay. and inland temperatures are struggling to get out of 27, 28. santa cruz, 56. half moon bay, 54. i mean, they have a little east wind at the half moon bay airport at 44. high clouds thursday. no big deal. friday looks sunny. another system comes in. i think it will do the same thing which will give us partly cloudy skies. >> all right. thank you, steve. >>> 7:38. well, the fiscal cliff is averted, for now. but congress failed to do something that has infuriated lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. >>> and the new alert system to help find missing seniors. the first alert was just issu
things, by the way, i might add that they are doing for us now is that sacramento has determined that school districts are allowed this year to raise their developer fee amounts that we charge developers. however, the only way we can do that is we need to demonstrate under the government code certain specific demographic and other sort of financial and economic conditions in the city of san francisco have changed to warrant that increase. so we have actually retained them to see if we are entitled to raise our rates, which would obviously help us and we won't know that for several years. >> so this is a company that we subcontract with? >> yes. >> what is the amount for the work of this company? >> i think this work is $18 ,000 and the study is $25,000 on top of that, but that would only happen at times that we're looking to raise our rates and we have not raised our rates, since, i believe, 2005. >> roll call miss ly? >> yes. >> miss fewer? >> yes. >> miss maufas? >> yes. >> thank you miss mendoza? >> yes. >> dr. maufas? >> aye. >> miss norton? >> yes. >> mis
thank you on behalf of our city. from sacramento, los angeles, from all the communities in between, thank you for coming to our fantastic city to celebrate our asian-pacific heritage month. it is my pleasure to also provide you with a warm welcome and thank you for somebody who worked on this idea to bring everybody here to san francisco, my very good friend. thank you. where are you? when we first talked about this, we said there had to be the place where everybody felt comfortable. there had to be a place where we could feel the excitement of all very different asian american groups. we had to have a place where something wonderful had been accomplished. a leadership change, one that we never thought in our lifetimes. by the way, as you know, i never thought in our lifetimes we would see an african-american president of the united states. what a wonderful location, that is something to celebrate. he has been here many times, president obama. the very surprised we had of being able to celebrate the first asian mayor of san francisco. it was not my doing, it was all of the people o
did not make it. now i have become a bureaucratic the city of sacramento, which seems like a pretty glorious way to go. but i have met some pretty fantastic people through that. i'm eager to work with you on all of the issues that you have. there's a great staff that operates the office in san francisco. they resolve most of the problems that we could possibly face. there have been a couple that people live come -- have asked me to come down and meet with them on. i am more than happy to do that when there is something that we cannot resolve at the local level. san francisco is a place that we are very proud of. we got kicked out of our office, just by the landlord and the release. there is a lot of political pressure on us just to keep the political office closed. as most of my staff will tell you, there was really one person who thought it was the perfect idea to stay in san francisco and pay the market rent, and that was me. maybe state bureaucrats did not like that some much, but at least one of them did, and that was me. we are delighted to be in san francisco. it is important
to call them right away. we're live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> cornell, thank you. >> sacramento police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting that forced police to cancel the new year's eve fire works show. >> yes. someone at a fight in a bar in old sacramento last night. an employee tried to break it up. and killed. armed security guard on the gunman got into a shootout. >> about 100 people just scattered. >> immediately so, much people were running and falling down. >> mayhem. just scary. >> a security guard and two other people were injured andz;ç a police officer grabbed the suspect as he tried to get away. police have to call off the new year's eve party. it's it through 40,000 people. >> an this new year's day, we turn our attention to continuing battle over the infamous fiscal cliff in the hands in the u.s. house of representatives. >> republicans were balking at the deal. the speaker of the house has not even call forward a vote yet. >> now, following the fate of the compromise, show this go something. >> this senate passed its compromise fix at 2:00 this morning. it'
practice in both san francisco and sacramento. i can attest to his prowess as an attorney because on one very interesting occasion he represented me. [laughter] on a speeding ticket. and got me off with a minimum fine. [laughter] from 1965 to 1988 justice kennedy was a professor of constitutional law at the mcgeorge school of law the university of the pacific located in sacramento. ander planted particularly of - the fact that he provided a valuable support to them governor ronald reagan on a number of legal issues as a volunteer lawyer. justice kennedy was appointed to the united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit in 1975 where he served for more than 12 years until president reagan nominated him as an associate justice of the u.s. supreme court. he took his current seat in 1988. in nominating justice kennedy to the supreme court in 1987, president ronald reagan remarked that his career as a judge in the u.s. court of appeals for the ninth circuit as a constitutional law professor and in private pract
today. clear in the central valley. 50s into sacramento and also into fresno. the high country of course just a ton of snow up there. 38 degrees in lake tahoe, 42 degrees in yosemite, 54 in redding for the high. i think we're looking good around the bay area this afternoon. lots of sunshine about 57 degrees fairly comfortable into san jose. east bay temperatures a little cooler. plan on highs about 50 in antioch, 50 fairfield and about 52 degrees in pleasant hill. inside the bay mid-50s into oakland. about 53 degrees in san francisco. 56 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days other than a couple of passing clouds lots of sunshine in the afternoon. some chilly mornings then a slide chance we could see some showers as we head in toward late saturday night into sunday. monday and tuesday back to some dry weather. >>> opportunities in newtown, connecticut are getting a tour of their new campus today. tomorrow will be the first day back to school since a gunman killed 20 students and six adults at sandy hook elementary school. students are getting a tour today. classes will be held a few
, all of whom have traveled here from washington, dc from sacramento and all over the bay area. so thank you for being here today. we are grateful for an opportunity to come together with you to create schools and communities where young people are healthy and safe and feel welcome and they are allowed to learn and they are allowed to thrive. this day is devoted to help all of us deepen our understanding of this issue of the problem through data, through research, through anecdotes, to put real solutions in place, to comply with new state and draw laws on bullying and to measure our progress. it's a promise we want to join you in keeping to our children and our youth in california. some of you know that we started this summit yesterday with a screening of the documentary film, bully, to 3,000 students in san francisco from san francisco's public schools. the superintendent of schools you're going to hear from in a minute, he was there, i know ter theresa sparks was there, i was so proud of san francisco in being there because the superintendent, he's, you can tell he's a teache
at 58-th and sacramento. in 20-12, there were 506 homicides. a 16 percent increase from 20-11. and while chicago struggles to deal with its homicide rate, illinois' second largest city aurora, didn't record a single homicide in all of 2012. ten years earlier, the city's homicide total reached 25. but the number has gradually declined from year to year since then. aurora police credits the decline to "proactive police work. chicago police superintendent garry mc-carthy started the new year by helping his own officers make an arrest. mc-carthy was riding along with two officers, when they made a gun bust. montrez armstead is being held on bond for felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon. police say armstead had a loaded gun with him when he was pulled over by mc-carthy and two officers early yesterday morning. the police department says mc- carthy goes on patrols frequently, and this was not his first arrest. a momence man has been charged in the sexual assault of a woman near a rogers park red line stop. 18-year-old, james shorty of kankakee county, was charged in connection with the
, another southwest between phoenix and sacramento made an emergency landing in yuma. they're calling for more repetitive inspections, not just visual but electromagnetic inspections because if we don't get the fatigue cracks early enough they could lead to cracking and a cracking of the fuselage. >> you're basically saying these high cycle aircrafts are put under more stress and there are are more vulnerable? >> exactly if they're not properly inspected. for example a 737 is not unusual for a plane to do seven or eight takeoffs and landings a day. the 747 may do one or two. it means you have to do more inspections and more frequently to catch the problems early. every plane in its history will develop these cracks. they are not by nature necessarily dangerous unless you don't treat them. >> peter is as a frequent flyer should i be worried? >> no, this is not the only directive the faa issued. the 737 is the most popular plane ever built, more than 10,000 of them and boeing manufactured them at the rate of 30 a month. not a problem. $5 million in inspections and $2 mi
in a shooting after a fight in sacramento. a man was shot and killed outside los angeles. a woman lied in critical condition after being struck in the head after celebratory gunfire. three shot and killed in philadelphia. and then you add to that some 500 homicides in chicago alone last year. 87% of them gun related. how many more lives have to be lost before congress takes serious and extensive action in terms of gun violence? >> well, martin, it seems that the whole notion of death and violence is decoupled from gun laws. it is -- >> congratulations to the nra for that. well done. that's a brilliant maneuver. >> exactly right. i mean, americans to some extent accept a certain amount of gun violence. that's just part of the culture here. now, a lot of people thought that when you see a crisis, a tragedy of this proportion, large numbers of children being slaughtered, that would elevate it to another level. well, it did elevate it to another level for a couple weeks. yet it fades away again. it used to be congress would only act in times of crisis. now it seems even a time of crisis is
think truckee is four below. 26 ukiah. 29 sacramento. it's cold. northern california all all the way down to southern california as well. another system approaching but it's just absolutely falling apart. it doesn't have the jet stream nit favor. part of the jet stream goes south. part goes north and we are left between. as you can see in the cloud and rain forecast the system runs into a wall of high pressure. we will get higher clouds out of it. that is about the end result. otherwise it simply can't do much. we had the jet stream right over us for the longest time. parts north and south between. sunshine light breeze and a little warmer today. the breeze inland could be a little warmer. 50s on the temps. low, mid a few upper. san jose 57. santa clara 57. milpitas 56. temperatures will rebound a little bit here. redwood city 56. high clouds on thursday and friday looks good. the weekend looks partly sunny and partly cloudy. next system going to southern california. >>> 6:11. will the children that survived a connecticut school shooting are about to go back to school. what is being
was cut to% last year but the rate is going from 4.2% back up to 6.2%. >> in sacramento new details on to beat was shot and killed at an old sacramento area bar on new year's eve. police identified car lecarlito montoya and connected to the deadly shooting and old sacramento. is in police custody at a hospital where he is being treated for gunshot wounds. police say it all started as an argument inside the barges after 9:30 p.m. monday that became a physical confrontation. when employees tried to break up the fight he was shot as were the woman and another man. the man 35 and the employee was in his 20s died at the scene after suffering multiple gunshot wounds. the arms as they ran out of the bart toward a street crowded with holiday revelers but was caught quickly by officers chasing them. please cancel the midnight fireworks show the conduct the investigation. >> sam francisco police are searching for two minutes away from a store employs a 75 year old woman in the head after she confronted them. it happened on polk street and the woman refused medical treatment. the suspects are
in california making an arrest in a deadly shooting at a new year's eve fireworks show in sacramento. police say a 22-year-old man opened fire following an argument. two people died at the scene including one man who reportedly tried to break up that fight. several others were wounded. >>> the family of a sandy hook shooting survivor now putting plans to sue the state of connecticut on hold. their lawyer withdrawing papers after facebook comments. the suit was alleging the state failed to protect the children. >>> they opened their doors just in time to ring in the new year. the state's first since passing an amendment legalizing recreational marijuana use. >>> anderson, a wild scene in california caught on tape as a sledding trip nearly turned to tragedy. several people rushing to the rescue of a man who slid into the water of an icy lake. the first person on the scene also fell in the water when the ice gave way under his feet. he scrambled to save himself but inadvertently pulls in another rescuer. the scene turn to chaos as large pieces of ice break apart. a crowd on the shore threw ropes an
. officials say it started with argument sacramento ahead of a planned fireworks celebration. an employee who tried to break up the fight was shot and killed along with another man. authorities say an armed guard heard the shots and got into a gun fight with the apparent suspect. cops later arrested a 22-year-old in connection with the shooting. new jersey, a five alarm fire ripped through a northberg housing complex damage caused by hurricane sandy. the flames burned in three building at the complex and collapsed one roof it took 100 firefighters several hours to get control of the flames. no major injuries reported. alaska. an oil drilling ship ran aground off the state's southern coast it happened after the broke free from towing ship. the coast guard launched a rescue mission and evacuated all of the vessel's 18 crew members before it ran aground. officials say winds topped 60 miles per hour and seas up of to 35 feet. the vessel had more than 150,000 gallons of fuel on board. no spills reported. that's a fox watch across america. i'm rick folbaum in for shepard smith. this is the fox repo
midwest. >> 20s in fargo. miami up to 80. 40s from dallas to new orleans. 50s from phoenix to sacramento. >>> so if working out is not among your new year's resolutions -- not here. been there, done that. so here are 101 reasons to add it to your list. >> meet gertrude of boca raton, florida. believe it or not, she's 101 years old. still hits the gym about every day, spending 30 minutes on the bike before the treadmill. she says she's been doing it all her life. >> i had three bicycles. i was always on a bicycle, shopping, and everything. >> an active lifestyle. her much younger caretaker says she has trouble keeping up with her. she also likes to dance, meet new people, and hit the bars. i love it. she's just going to go on a rager. she turns 102 this summer. the question after we brought this up in our meeting was whether or not she's worked an overnight shift. >> i think it's bad for your health. >> then you start ageing in dog years. good for her, though. go have a beer gertrude, or two. >>> coming up, there's a patch for pain, one to quit smoking. and now one man claims there's one
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